My husband and I are parents to four healthy, active children. With three boys in hockey and a daughter that participates in competitive gymnastics and dance, skating and volleyball, we have a laundry room that is bursting at the seams with “gym” smelling clothing and sinks full of dishes from the many meal sittings. We believe in healthy living, which, to us, means growing our own vegetables and making almost all of our meals from scratch. We preserve much of our harvest and because of our busy schedule, prepare many meals in advance.
We have purchased the PureWash system and had it installed in our kitchen. We wash our fresh meat and vegetables with the treated water. I have found that when the produce and meat is washed with the treated water, it has a much more fresh flavor that I have not found in the past. Everything has a much more distinct flavor and seems bursting with freshness.
We took the treated water one step further and had a system installed in our laundry room. We were very surprised to find that the “hockey smell” in our boys’ clothing no longer existed after washing with water treated with the Pure Wash System. Clothing from the hockey bag, that has sat for a few days beneath a wet towel, which is so common with the children, was once again fresh when washed with the treated water.
The Pure Wash system is easy. For our laundry room, the system was installed at the taps for the wash machine. There is nothing we need to do other than load the washer with the soiled laundry and turn it on. The same routine as we have always done. Once the washer begins filling, you can already smell the freshness of the water. In our kitchen, we have the system installed at the tap for one of the sinks. When the water runs, you can soon smell an “outdoor freshness” that fills the room. We enjoy the water system we have had installed into our house. We are happy that we were introduced to the system and believe that it helps to keep the healthy living rule we have in place in our house. All water should be this clean.